To those of you who know me quite well, June 27th is a very special date. This year has proven to be no exception. Today under a clear blue sky, with the jasmine in bloom and the firework stands going up, The Fullerton Informer showed up unannounced to the ASCIP’s executive committee meeting in Cerritos, which by the way, is a public meeting complete with an agenda, public comment and advanced notice. I just figured golly, what better group to present the potential dangers that wireless classrooms pose to our school children than to the risk managers themselves. Heck no one in the Fullerton School District has given me the time of day so I even felt compelled to share my hypothesis on the EMF connection to Autism as a warning to the pregnant teachers to help keep the Xmods down for the districts and the teachers’ kids from ending up in special ed. I also felt compelled to explain that the FCC guidelines are not safety standards, allow for up to 1000 times the emissions of a cell tower in a classroom, ignore non thermal effects, are like the USDA school lunch hacks calling pizza a vegetable , and a 2000 mph speed limit in a school zone.
As is customary in all the public meetings we attend, we bring a camera and some handouts. It turns out that Mr. General counsel himself wasn’t havin’ it. You guessed it, Mr. Feldhake of The Feldhake Law Firm told us we couldn’t film a public meeting that is governed by the Brown Act. We asked him several times and he refused citing that he believed that it would be disruptive. I chose to take the high road instead of waiting for the sheriff to arrive and embarrass him. We will take the recording as soon as it is available. Jeepers, don’t they remember anything from law school? Oh yeah, the Brown Act-that inconvenient truth that haunts all bureaucrats at the trough.
This is slightly reminiscent of The Fullerton School District Superintendent, Dr. Pletka and his disturbing letter telling me to basically pound sand when I asked to go into my children’s classrooms at a taxpayer funded public school to film and record EMF measurements in a room full of 35 Ipads humming away cranking out EMF in the kids’ laps streaming back and forth with those industrial strength WiFi routers that are situated right above some lucky students’ heads all day. I digress.
A little excerpt from the Brown Act:
A legislative body may discuss or act on some matters without considering written materials. But if writings
are distributed to a majority of a legislative body in connection with an agenda item, they must also be
available to the public. A writing distributed to a majority of the legislative body less than 72 hours before
the meeting must be made available for inspection at the time of distribution at a public office or location
designated forthat purpose; and the agendas for all meetings of the legislative body must include the
address of this office or location.28 A writing distributed during a meeting must be made public:
• At the meeting if prepared by the local agency or a member of its legislative body; or
• Afterthe meeting if prepared by some other person.29
Any tape or film record of an open and public meeting made for whatever purpose by or at the direction
of the local agency is subject to the Public RecordsAct; however, it may be erased or destroyed 30 days
after the taping or recording. Any inspection of a video or tape recording is to be provided without charge
on a video or tape player made available by the local agency.30 The agency may impose its ordinary
charge for copies.31
In addition, the public is specifically allowed to use audio or video tape recorders or still or motion picture
cameras at a meeting to record the proceedings, absent a reasonable finding by the legislative body that
noise, illumination, or obstruction of view caused by recorders or cameras would persistently disrupt the
Similarly, a legislative body cannot prohibit or restrict the public broadcast of its open and public meetings
without making a reasonable finding that the noise, illumination, or obstruction of view would persistently
disrupt the proceedings.33
Today’s meeting fits all of the aforementioned like a glove. The only thing that was in the hall where we wanted to film was the carpet. We will see what the Los Angeles County District Attorney has to say. Folks, there are millions of kids who will be potentially affected by being locked inside these microwave chambers for over a decade of their young lives with no long term studies on what this stuff does to them. This is being done so that the kids can play with these microwave transmitters instead of those evil textbooks or perhaps for other reasons.
Who knows, maybe what we presented today will have sunk in by late August and we can all go back to our daily lives instead of trying to stop what I believe to be the largest radiation experiment on school children that the world has ever seen. Time will tell. If it didn’t sink in, we will be back and they will just have to hear it again. We will keep you posted.